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1-8 (INCLUSIVE NOS) EWEFORD FARM COTTAGESLB1506

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
18/12/1979
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Dunbar
NGR
NT 66606 77486
Coordinates
366606, 677486

Description

Mid 19th century. Single storey group of 4 pairs of

identical mirrored cottages, arranged in U-plan

configuration, with attic storey breaking eaves. Roughly

squared and snecked pink sandstone with grey ashlar

stugged dressings. Angles of 2 and 3, and 6 and 7

abutting.

FRONT ELEVATION: mirrored pairs, doorways to outer bays

with penticed slab porches, windows to inner bays, 2

small central windows to ground floor only, piend-roofed

dormerheads to attic windows. End gable of Nos 1 and 8

linked into rear wings; blind arched recess in gable

head.

REAR ELEVATIONS: 2 narrow window bays at centre flanked

by gabled extensions. Doorways inserted at nos 2, 3, 5

and 6.

Lying-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows,

with small-pane to rear windows and plate glass to small

front windows. Grey slates; coped ashlar ridge stacks at

centre to front elevations with gable wallhead stacks at

rear.

Statement of Special Interest

Listed C(S) for group relationship as unusual and

relatively unspoilt example of model farm cottages of

Improvement period. Farm steading to N not included in

current listing. U-plan cottages shown on 1854 map of

Haddingtonshire.

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